In the fall of 2015, my husband and I left our small farm in Villanow, Georgia to take on the great big world. We let God open the doors and guide our steps, and He led us to Arusha, Tanzania. We strive to first, and foremost, spread the Gospel to all who will hear. And second, we are teaching sustainable farming (a subject we love!) to the Andrew Connally School of Preaching, and in local villages.

Want to help us with this work? Funds can be sent here:

Horton Chapel COC

925 Union Ridge Rd

PO BOX 1100

Belton, KY 42324

Put in the “for” line – The Maynard’s Africa

Kwaheri Rafiki!


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  1. I saw your post on the Oberhasli page on Facebook. I live in New Mexico, but grew up in North Carolina. So, your story about the snow was funny to me, things like getting out the pool floats to use as sleds. We have 2 Oberhaslis and 4 Nigerian Dwarf goats. Your writings on why you chose Oberhaslis was interesting, too.

    1. Thanks! We don’t get snow often so sleds aren’t something we keep. However, the floats worked great! We have decided to stock up on them this summer so (10 years from now) when it snows again we are ready! We really love the Oberhasli breed and are looking forward to getting a few more next month! Thank you for taking the time to read my blog!

  2. I love so much stuff in your blog! God, Dogs, Goats, Farming, etc. 😀 Amazing! I’m so glad I found it!! I can’t wait to see future posts! 🙂

  3. Hi there 🙂 You follow my blog, The Siren’s Tale (thank you!). Wanted to let you know that I’ve ended The Siren’s Tale + started a new blog named: Belong With Wildflowers. I’d love to have you follow my new blog as well, please stop on over for a visit: http://belongwithwildflowers.com 🙂

    You can follow my new blog through email subscription, RSS, Bloglovin’, or any other blog reader. Hope you’re having a great week! ~ Caitlin

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